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Old 08-01-2013, 09:35 AM
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Default Re: Wet wading tail waters?

I wet wade tailwaters (not the ones you listed) and also wet wade mountain lakes that are fed by snow / ice a few hundred yards above them. It hurts at first but legs quickly numb up a bit and I don't notice it. Catching trout helps me ignore all sorts of discomfort. If I was wading very deep it might be harder but I find knee to thigh deep is tolerable especially if it is a sunny day. I'm not a fan of hiking with waders.
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